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ISSUE 121 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/21/2007

Sports

Women blaze way to second; men 11th

A fierce lineup of nationally ranked teams and the injury of a top runner did not keep the women's cross-country team from dominating the St. Olaf invitational last Saturday, finishing second out of 25.

Women unbeaten in MIAC

The women's soccer season has developed into a tale of two schedules. St. Olaf currently sits atop the MIAC at 2-0, beating Gustavus on September 12th and St. Mary's on Saturday.

Men score first MIAC win

The St. Olaf men's soccer team lost 1-0 to Gustavus Adolphus on Wednesday, but rebounded in style to win against Saint Mary's University, 3-0 on Saturday.

Volleyball bumped

Wednesday, the St. Olaf volleyball team played their first match in a week, losing at Gustavus 3-1 (17-30, 30-25, 27-30, 26-30).

Dogfighting days of summer

It certainly was a dramatic summer in the sports world. Forget baseball playoff races, or Team USA's triumphant victory at the FIBA North America basketball tournament. This summer will be best known for the Michael Vick scandal.

Women drive to seventh

Led by a 13th place finish from Anna Johnson '08, the St. Olaf women's golf team finished seventh last Saturday at the Luther Invitational in Decorah, Iowa.

Men find their swing

The St. Olaf men's golf team placed eighth at the St. John's Invitational in Sauk Centre, Minn. last Saturday and Sunday.

Football crushes Hamline, 56-7

The St. Olaf football team sped to a 42-0 first-half lead and an easy 56-7 victory over Hamline University in their first MIAC game of the season.

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